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German Beer Steins: A History of the Beer Boot and German Glassware An iconic German creation is the famous boot of beer or beer boot. The original incarnation of this mainstay was the “yard of ale”.   This was a long, tapered tube of glass, with a bulb blown at one end. This device could then be filled with beer and...

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History of Oktoberfest With a rich history dating back over 200 years, Oktoberfest has grown from humble roots to become the largest festival in the world today. Let's explore a brief history from the very first Oktoberfest celebration to the modern festival of today. The Early Years of Oktoberfest The year was 1810, and little did anybody know that soon...

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Decorate Your Oktoberfest Party. Decorating for an Oktoberfest party doesn't have to be a challenging and time consuming activity. With our vast selection of Oktoberfest Party Decorations and Oktoberfest know-how, we've decided to put together a simple guide focusing on the basics of how to decorate for an Oktoberfest party. Whether you're throwing an Oktoberfest themed party indoors, outdoors, or...

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"About 5.9 million guests from Munich and all over the world visited the world's largest annual fair. Of course, the 5.9 million visitors also brought a lot of hunger and thirst with them: 114 oxen, 50 calves and 7.7 million liters of beer were consumed. The Lost and Found office can, as usual, come up with some very surprising finds....

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Pretzels, Beer Steins & German Beer have become iconic symbols of a good German celebration or party.  If you have ever wondered about where pretzels came from (aside from the oven), the following trivia might satisfy your curiosity.  Within the Christian Church, pretzels were regarded as having religious significance for both their ingredients and shape.   A common story for the...

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Simply because your head size changes: losing a couple of pounds, getting a hair cut can change the size of your head. 

Our hats fit head measurements from 21 1/8 inches to 23 7/8 inches. With standard head measurements for men's hats being 22 5/8 inches, and the standard head measurement for women's hats being 21 1/2 inches, we try to cover every head, from small to extra-large.

To get an accurate measurement use a non-stretch cloth measuring tape instead of a plastic one. 

Go for a comfortably snug fit, not too tight and certainly not too loose. The use of a hat may also determine its best fit: a tighter hat stays on better when its windy outside.

Take your time

Place the measuring tape around the widest part of your head, resting it where you like your hat to sit.

Fit is very subjective

Some people wear their hats low, some at an angle and some quite high. Some prefer their fedoras to be angled.

When you've got the tape positioned, join the leading edge to the tape at any comfortable spot on your forehead and note the number of inches, including fractions of an inch. 

Then simply compare the number of inches to the chart below to find your hat measurement.

A word of advice

Remember, if your measurement falls somewhere in the middle of a size range, it's advisable to choose the next largest size. Same with when you're trying to decided between "S/M" or "L/XL".

You will notice that some of our hats are "one size fits most". These hats generally have an elastic sweatband to accommodate a wide range of sizes.

We have a Hat Sizing Table along with the images of the item. Please refer to it before making your purchase. Thank you.

 

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